Dataset: WSP
Taxa: Xerocomus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Washington State University, Charles Gardner Shaw Mycological Herbarium


WSP
Xerocomus zelleri (Murrill) Murrill
WSP13959C. V. Piper   1900-11-00
United States, Washington, Rainier, 46.88833 -122.68722

WSP
Xerocomus Quél.
WSP27214Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1899-09-25
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Falcon Valley, 48.17528 -117.72361

WSP
Xerocomus chrysenteron (Bull.) Quél.
WSP27216Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1899-09-19
United States, Washington, Klickitat, near Falcon Valley, 48.17528 -117.72361

WSP
Xerocomus Quél.
WSP27219Wilhelm N. Suksdorf   1901-05-23
United States, Washington, Klickitat, Bingen, 45.715 -121.46333

WSP
WSP55738Larry F. Grand   1965-08-31
United States, Oregon, Lincoln, Cascade Head Experimental Forest, Siuslaw National Forest, 44.33333 -123.91667

WSP
WSP56594Roy Watling   1966-09-18
United States, Idaho, Bonner, Hugh's Meadows, north of Priest Lake, 48.49056 -116.9025

WSP
WSP56627Larry F. Grand   1966-10-06
United States, Idaho, Latah, Laird Park, Saint Joe National Forest, 46.94306 -116.64889


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Google Map

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